Malaysian Airline System (MAS) plan to almost double its Asia-Pacific network in three years as it executes its turnaround plan. Some 25 new destinations in China, Japan and India are planned by 2015, compared with 13 regional destinations now. Frequencies on existing routes will also be increased. Chairman Md Nor Yusof said: “The airline business is closely linked to the economic cycle and there is a consensus that the Asia-Pacific region is the bright spot. There are plenty of reasons to be optimistic.” The latest turnaround plan will be announced later this week and it is expected to require some
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